In this final entry on dimensions, I am going to explore some of the ways you might modify Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 to better utilize the existing dimension functionality. While I always make the case for stock functionality first, some light customizations to the dimension interactions can be well worth the small impact on the database. These include:
- Code-enforced integration between parent record and matching dimension (ex: customer numbers matching “customer” dimension values)
- Direct views and edits of shortcut dimensions (i.e. 3 through 8) on records
- A user-interface to change dimension history for one dimension based on another dimension (ex: change all posted departments from X to Y where the cust...
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